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The people who have now taken over our government feel that they have a free hand to bring all America under the thumb of tyranny. Consequently, they are becoming more lawless and agressive every day. They are confident that Americans have now been softened up enough mentally and morally, dumbed down enough educationally, and have embraced the “coolness” of un-Americanism enough to make their tyrannical plans a reality. They are also emboldened by their belief that Christians and churches pose no viable threat to them; that their spiritual fiber and influence is as nonexistent as it, in fact, apparently is.

Cancel culture? American Christianity has for decades indulged itself in its own brand of cancel culture. How? In terms of what constitutes authentic, biblical, Christian thought and lifestyle. Modern day "Christianity" has embraced the same postmodernist approach to truth that society as a whole has embraced (The "You have your truth and I have my truth," kind of approach). Furthermore, this postmodern Christianity mocks, condemns and flaunts its contempt for the same biblical Christianity that was in place when our country was safest and sanest. The whirlwind has been sown by those “Christian” leaders who have done this, and by those who have supported and applauded them in the doing of it. All these have, however ignorantly or intentionnally, joined the ranks of those who throughout history have made themselves the “enemy of all righteousness,” and shown themselves unwilling to “cease to pervert the right ways of the Lord” (Acts 13:10).

Good, moral, hard working and patriotic Americans, Christians and otherwise, are now experiencing the consequences of the enablement of evil people. They are, and are becoming more and more, the collateral damage of the default by Christian leadership in the conflict between good and evil on planet earth. This didn’t have to happen, and it doesn’t have to continue to happen according to the Word of God, Who has promised: “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land" (2 Chron. 7:14). The question is, how many Christians here are willing to be confronted with their sins, to confess and forsake them and to conform their way of thinking and way of living to the right ways of the Lord? (Please share this if you can).


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